It’s here!!! October is here! And around our house this is cause for celebration because it’s
BreAst CANCER AWARENESS MONTH!
I was so touched this morning when my hubby came out of the bedroom after getting ready for work and he was wearing his “I WEAR PINK FOR MY WIFE” shirt. My boys were sporting their pink bracelets, and Katie, well, she’s always in pink;-) My ever supportive pink princess! Gosh I have the best family EVER!!
I wanted to take a moment to share with you a startling statistic…that every 69 seconds a woman dies of breast cancer somewhere in the world…every minute… Wow. Sobering, right?
So what will you do to stop the clock?
Here’s an opportunity for ya. On October 6, 2010, you can visit participating theaters and watch the documentary “1 A Minute.” Check this out:
Don’t miss Melissa Etheridge, Olivia Newton-John and Jaclyn Smith – all cancer survivors – on big screens coast to coast for only one night as NCM Fathom and UniGlobe Entertainment present 1 a Minute LIVE Supporting Susan G. Komen for the Cure®. On October 6 at 8:00pmET / 7:00pmCT / 6:00pmMT and 8:00pmPT (tape delay), this special event will be broadcast nationwide live via satellite to select movie theaters to honor women everywhere.
The special night begins with a LIVE panel discussion about breast cancer survival and hopeful advancements broadcast from Los Angeles to movie theaters nationwide. Live event panelists confirmed to date include Olivia Newton-John, Melissa Etheridge, Namrata Singh Gujral, Barbara Mori, William Baldwin and Deepak Chopra.
Following the panel discussion will be the prerecorded docu-drama 1 a Minute, written, produced and directed by Indo-American actress and breast cancer survivor Namrata Singh Gujral and narrated by Kelly McGillis. The story portrays one woman’s journey through the various phases of breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. Throughout the docu-drama, celebrity guests and Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Founder and CEO, Ambassador Nancy G. Brinker, share their own personal stories.
Donations from 1 a Minute will support Susan G. Komen for the Cure®. Visit www.komen.org/1aminute.com.
More information can be found at www.1aMinute.com.
Talent for live panel subject to change without notice.
Feel the love, friends! It’s Friday!